Diamond Laps -
(Metal Bond Diamond Grinding Discs)
Laps also known as metal bond diamond discs, have diamond particles
held firmly in place on a rigid backing by electroplated erosion resisting
nickel for maximum bond strength and heat dissipation.
A hard nickel alloy is used to
rigidly bond a layer of sharp, blocky diamond to a steel backing. The sharp
diamond particles cut cleanly with no edge rounding.
Laps / Metal Bond Diamond Grinding Discs radically reduce the time required for material lapping/grinding process. An essential part of finishing process, diamond laps plays a major
role in establishing the final dimensional and surface characteristics for
many industrial parts. Diamond Laps are used to grind a wide
including glass, optics, ceramic, plastic,
composites, geological materials, stone, metals and their alloys, sintered materials, stellite, ferrite, copper,
cast iron, steel etc.
diamond laps/ metal bond diamond grinding discs can be
purchased with either magnetic or PSA backing. We
can make any arbor (ID) hole size to fit your particular machinery. Diamond Laps
can be manufactured using either Natural Diamond, Synthetic Diamond, or CBN
(cubic boron nitride) to better fit your application. Diamond laps using any
diamond mesh/grit size from as fine as few microns to as course as 40 grit can
be made as well. Available with or without groves (lines).
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12”, 14”, 16”, 18”, 20”, 24”, and 30"
Grit Sizes include
40. 60, 80, 100, 180, 260, 360, and 600 Grit (custom grits are
available upon request)
Disks utilize 100%
DeBeers diamonds electroplated onto a fiberglass substrate, coated with
Has Magnetic backing,
to with any steel plate.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
diamond lap will radically reduce the time required for material lapping process
and will save you aggravation of cleaning up all the used grit around your wheel.
speeds will work but it will take longer to grind to a satisfactory finish. Most Diamond Laps
require a "break-in" period before they
operate at optimal performance. The break in time for each diamond lap varies
with its diamond mesh/grit size. Finer mesh diamond laps may produce scratches
until they have shown some use. Using a dressing stick or grinding harder
material can be beneficial to reducing this break in time.